Tag Archives: photographer

two of something 2.8 | KALEIDOSCOPIC (A LAB MILANO + DAVID THOMAS SMITH)

Top: from A Lab Milano‘s spring/summer 2012 collection (via trendland.com) | Bottom: David Thomas Smith‘s kaleidoscopic photography work (via featureshoot.com)

two of something 2.5 | DOUBLE EXPOSURE PORTRAITS

Top: Christoffer Relander (via thisiscolossal.com) | Bottom: Dan Mountford (via trendland.com)

two of something 2.3 | x-ray photography/fashion (NICK VEASEY + CHRISTOPHER RAEBURN)

Top: photography by Nick Veasey (via culturalblahblah.com) | Bottom: jacket by Christopher Raeburn (via anothermensblog.com)

THE SCRUNCHIE STORY by KATIE FOTIS + CATHERINE LOSING

Set designer Katie Fotis has collaborated with photographer Catherine Losing to produce wonderful imagery using hair scrunchie – the hair accessory, from back in the late 80′s and early 90′s, that many of us would rather forget. A great concept with a bit of humour and nostalgia injected to it – applying the scrunchies to food creates fantastic and rather surrealistic images in a minimalistic kind of way.

Images via themagpie

inspired by JAMES REEVE

Instagram images, inspired by James Reeve‘s latest work titled ‘Lightscapes’. Reeve’s photography works were used as prints for Dries Van Noten‘s SS 2012 collection.

photography: accidental work by VANESSA WINSHIP

Double exposure photography always fascinate me, how the combination of two separate images can create one interesting and surreal photograph. The above work is a fantastic mistake by Vanessa Winship. I love how the two subjects merged but appears to have been photographed as if they were in the same room at the same time. Read the photorapher’s statement about this mistake (via newyorker.com).

photography: RICHARD MOSSE

Found via trendland.net, these fantastically shot images are from Richard Mosse‘s photographic series titled Infra, photographed during his journeys in eastern Congo. The sweet and tasty colouring is the result of a colour infrared film called Kodak Aerochrome.

“Mosse photographed rebel groups of constantly switching allegiances, fighting nomadically in a jungle war zone plagued by frequent ambushes, massacres, and systematic sexual violence.”  - via jackshainman.com